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A curator, critic, and theorist whose research interests center on the relationship between politics, knowledge, and the city, Nader Vosssoughian has contributed essays to European Modernism and the Information Society; Otto Neurath's Economic Writings; and Josef Frank 1885-1967 - Eine Moderne der Unordnung. His curatorial credits include "Urban Disobedience: The Work of Santiago Cirugeda," and "After Neurath: The Global Polis" He also published Otto Neurath: The Language of the Global Polis, 2011. Currently, he is a lecturer at the Museum of Modern Art and an assistant professor of architecture at the New York Institute of Technology. His articles have appeared in Bidoun, Metropolis, Design Issues, Volume, the Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, and Transnational Associations.